The SP and BSP built boundary walls in ‘Kabristan’, and Yogi Adityanath should seek votes in those areas: Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls

The SP and BSP built boundary walls in ‘Kabristan’, and Yogi Adityanath should seek votes in those areas: Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday (February 20) attacked the former governments of Samajwadi Party and BSP in the state, saying that these parties had built the walls of kabristan (graveyards) and should seek votes there.

According to ANI, Adityanath addressed a rally in Mohammadi assembly constituency of Lakhimpur Kheri and said, “SP and BSP constructed kabristan boundary walls, so they should ask for votes from kabristan.”

As a means of wooing the elderly women voters, the UP CM has promised free travel on state buses. Those older than 60 years of age will receive free travel on state bus routes if our double engine government comes back to power, he said.

The BJP leader said, “The Samajwadi Party has shut down the pension scheme for the elderly and older people, but our government gives them a pension of Rs 12,000.”

At a rally in Lakhimpur Kheri’s Nighasan and Dhaurhara assembly constituencies, Adityanath criticized SP, saying it was playing with the safety of the country.

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